Dr. T. Konyimbih Mboya has been a registered and licenced valuer in Kenya for over twenty years. He holds a PhD from the University of Cambridge in England where he read land policy and tenure reform. He holds a prize first class honours degree from the University of Nairobi – after his high school studies at the Starehe Boys Centre and School where he was a head boy. He has previously worked as a property manager and land valuer both in Kenya and abroad.
He has published widely in the areas of Land Valuation, Land Taxation, Land Economics, Land Tenure Reform, Land Administration, Land Management, Land Policy and Estate Management. He has been teaching these same subjects at the University of Nairobi for the last 23 years and has supervised several Masters Degrees and PhDs at the University. He has served in various parastatal boards, and has been an external examiner at the University of Dares Salaam.
Dr. Konyimbih has researched major consultancies for the Government of Kenya and Namibia for UN-FAO and MDP-World Bank and was one of the lead consultants in the writing of the “Njonjo” land Commission Report and the current National Land Policy.
He is a member of the Kenya Cambridge Commonwealth Society, African Centre of Technology Studies, Lincoln Institute of Land Policy and the Institution of Surveyors of Kenya and has represented Kenya in various professional forums in Britain, Pakistan, Sri Lanka and Zimbabwe. In the National Land Commission, Dr. Konyimbih chairs the Committee on Land Administration, Land Taxation and Compulsory Acquisition and is a Commission reference point for the Counties of Taita Taveta, Kiambu, Kericho, Nyamira, Nandi, Siaya and Homa Bay. He brings to the Commission a multi-dimensional wealth of practical, analytical and research experience having worked for the Government of Kenya, the private sector and the University of Nairobi.